This event is not organised by the BWR Hub but may be of interest to our readers.
The Central England Branch of the Nuclear Institute would like to invite you to our “An Audience With” event, specifically for the Young Generation Network and young professionals within the area, including university students.
Want to know what it takes to become a CEO of a major research centre at the age of
34? Join the Central England Branch at our event “An Audience with Ian Chapman”, CEO of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority and Head of Culham Centre for Fusion Energy. Ian will be telling us about his career, discussing his career choices and how he has become a leader in the nuclear industry. This is an insightful and unique opportunity not be missed! Non-members of the Nuclear Institute are also welcome to the event
- Date: 20th September 2017
- Location: Ridgeway House, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell Campus, Didcot, OX11 0QX
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This event is not organised by the BWR Hub but it included here as it may be of interest to our readers.
HOTLAB 2017, the 54th edition of the “Annual Meeting on Hot Laboratories and Remote Handling”, is hosted by the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) in cooperation with the Atomic Energy Society of Japan (AESJ) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The first meeting was held in Cadarache, France, in 1963. Over the years, the HOTLAB became the major contact forum for technicians, operators, engineers, researchers and managers working at and for nuclear R&D facilities.
- Dates: 17th-22nd September 2017
- Location: Mito Keisei Hotel, Mito, Japan
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Although this event is not organised by the BWR Hub it may be of interest to our readers and is therefore included here:
- Dates: 21st September 2017
- Location: Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel, Bristol, England
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The national Eisteddfod was held on Anglesey this year between Friday 4th and Saturday 12th of August. The Eisteddfod is an annual festival of Welsh culture, literature and music held annually in Wales, it is recognised as the largest cultural contest in Europe and is the second most broadcasted event on the BBC after Wimbledon. Annually the Eisteddfod draws in between 100,000 and 150,000 visitors each year, and there is plenty to explore around the Maes (festival area).
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The following event is not organised by the BWR Hub and Network but may be of interest to to our readers.
- Dates: 18th September 2017
- Location: Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE, England
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